Bond was set at $1 million Thursday for the man accused of kidnapping his neighbor and holding her captive in a pit dug in his backyard shed.
Our news partners in Cincinnati, WLWT, is reporting that Dennis Dunn was arrested at 113 Central Avenue at 8:15 a.m.
The pit in the backyard shed-about two feet wide by 3.5 feet deep-was impossible to escape, concealed by a wooden board with several heavy objects placed on top of it, according to police.
A woman who had been reported missing from Blanchester, Ohio, a suburb about 40 miles northeast of Cincinnati, was found alive.
It wasn't long until the local police would get their first lead.
Elliott was shaking and appeared to be having a seizure, but police said she showed no outward signs of physical trauma.
The chief said the woman in October 2016 had reported receiving harassing phone calls and text messages from Dunn, who she and her family had known for some time.
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Police say Rowe heard yelling coming from the shed.
Dennis Dunn being taken into custody by police.
"Unfortunately, I am convinced that doing so has left individuals like Mr. Dunn without the care and treatment they need and deserve", he said. Around 11:30 p.m. Tuesday night was the last time anyone had seen her.
Dunn was charged earlier this month with misdemeanor counts of disorderly conduct and possession of marijuana, court records show.
Dunn has also called the police in the past, telling authorities that people were trying to break into his home and that he could hear their voices.
She was a crime, government, and breaking news reporter for the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel and reporter for the Waukesha Freeman newspaper. He was taken to a hospital for a psychiatric evaluation and later was released, Reinbolt said.
After police rescued the woman, officers stood by outside Dunn's home with weapons drawn as they waited for SWAT to arrive, according to MSN. He will answer the misdemeanor charges in the Clinton County Municipal Court.